Princeton University Library Catalog

Critique of urbanization : selected essays / Neil Brenner.

Author:
Brenner, Neil [Browse]
Format:
Book
Language:
English
Published/​Created:
  • Bauverlag : Birkhauser, [2017]
  • ©2017
Description:
293 pages : illustrations ; 19 cm.
Series:
Summary note:
'Critique' is not simply an oppositional orientation towards extant spaces, institutions and ideologies; it requires a continual interrogation of the changing historical conditions of possibility for such an orientation. Through its irreducible abstraction, critique is an essential moment within the ongoing struggle to imagine and to pursue alternative pathways for the production of space.
Notes:
"Urbanism"--Cover.
Bibliographic references:
Includes bibliographic references.
Contents:
Preface / Martín Arboleda -- [I.] Framings : The problematique of critique -- What is critical urban theory? -- [II.] Urban strategies, urban ideologies : Cities and the geographies of actually existing neoliberalism / with Nik Theodore -- From global cities to globalized urbanizations / with Roger Keil -- Territorial competitiveness: lineages, practices, ideologies / with David Wachsmuth -- Good governance: ideology of sustainable neoliberalism? -- Open city or the right to the city? -- Is tactical urbanism an alternative to neoliberal urbanism? -- Cities for people, not for profit? / with Peter Marcuse and Margit Mayer -- After neoliberalization? / with Jamie Peck and Nik Theodore -- [III.] New urban geographies : Planetary urbanization / with Christian Schmid -- Urban revolution? -- The hinterland, urbanized? -- The agency of design in an age of urbanization / dialogue with Daniel Ibañez -- Assemblage, actor-networks and the challenges of critical urban theory / with David J. Madden and David Wachsmuth -- Introducing the urban theory lab -- Coda : Critical urban theory, reloaded? / dialogue with Martín Arboleda.
Subject(s):
Urbanization [Browse]
ISBN:
  • 9783035610116 (pbk.)
  • 3035610118
OCLC:
968694707
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